The most popular article with V3.co.uk readers this week was our list of the Top 10 computer console games. As ever, some readers did not agree with our choices, so if you think you know better, you can have your say in the comment section here.
Next up was a report from Ofcom suggesting that one in five children aged eight to 12 have a Facebook account, despite the minimum age for registering with social networking sites being 13. Yahoo, meanwhile, has added the ability to make Facebook status updates directly from Yahoo Mail.
BT revealed the locations for its superfast broadband services this week, provoking a number of comments from people in rural areas who have been excluded from the telco's plans, and another popular story concerned the BBC's announcement that it will put its iPhone news and sports apps plans on ice for the time being.
Readers were also keen to see that the Large Hadron Collider finally made its first particle stream collisions, and that Google is moving ahead with its ambitious plans to build a series of 1Gbit/s fibre networks across the US.
There was bad news for many BT customers in London, however, after one of its main exchanges was knocked out by a flood.
And finally, our review of HTC's Legend smartphone was very popular.
10 computer console games
Smart platforms that widened gaming's appeal
kids signing up to social networks
Ofcom report highlights worrying lack of age verification checks
unveils locations for superfast broadband services
London and South East to benefit most from upgrade to exchanges
puts iPhone app plans on ice
Newspaper outcry prompts BBC Trust to examine initiative
Mail adds Facebook status updates
Social networking push continues
Hadron Collider on collision course
Quest for Higgs boson reaches new milestone today
Company moving forward with 1Gbit/s fibre network
HTC Legend smartphone
A compact and stylish touch-screen phone with an impressive display
outage causes chaos in London
Flood knocks out power at exchange in Paddington
breaks records with successful collision
Data from twin 3.5 TeV particle stream collision recorded for future study
Geoengineering on the sea floor near glaciers would form a new ice shelf to prevent melting
Alterations in capillary blood flow can be caused by body position change
Curiosity rover is in 'normal mode' but not transmitting scientific data back to base
NatWest outage comes a day after Barclays' IT systems shut out customers and staff